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Democracy Now! Friday, June 6, 2003

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Democracy Now! Friday, June 6, 2003


Published June 6, 2003


The Two Top Editors of The New York Times Resign
Yes–The New York Times is at a 152-year low—but is it thanks to Jayson Blair? Or is it because the paper has become the Pentagon’s most effective mouthpiece?


Rachel Corrie was Crushed by an Israeli Military Bulldozer, Tom Hurndall was Shot in the Head by an Israeli Soldier. Today on the 36th Anniversary of the Occupied Territories, we Speak with the Parent
Corrie’s family is supporting resolution HCR111 which calls for an independent investigation into Rachel’s death and for the U.S. to work with the Israeli government to ensure the safety of activists in the Occupied Territories.


Rafeef Ziadah, who Lost her Parents in the 1982 Massacre at the Shatilla Refugee Camp, Speaks About Life as a Palestinian Refugee
Rafeef hid under a bed while the massacre went on around her. She was four years old. She now works for SUSTAIN–Stop U.S. Tax-Funded Aid to Israel Now.


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